Date: 04 Jun 97 01:45:40 From: "john r." <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: silence References: 1
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In article <airliners.1997.1151@ohare.Chicago.COM>, FRANK TONG <email@example.com> writes >When working on B744 with RB211-524G/H engine powered aircraft, when >shuting down engines, why does the engine control switch on overhead panel >will turn to alternate and alternate ligth will be on for few seconds ? Dont know about this, will watch out on next run. > Also, in the course note, it states that every time you shutdown the >engine, FAFC channel will switch from A to B, or B to A. However, I never >note this happen. Could somebody advice ? I understand that A is always in control unless it fails, when B takes over. This is not the way it was designed initialy, so your notes may be out of date. Our A/C (BA) have redundant channel select s/ws on the o/head panel. Cheers, -- john r.